Possession: Courvas’ Sam McNie stops the Salmon Arm Outlaws’ charge to the net during Courvas’ 9-2 trouncing of the Outlaws in quarterfinal action at Little Mountain on July 29.

Courvas cruise into semis

Courvas and Eagle Homes Nation of Domination advance to the semifinals of the North Okanagan Men’s Soccer League playdowns.

For the fourth year in a row, Courvas will take on Turn-Key Controls in the semifinals of the North Okanagan Men’s Soccer League playdowns.

The number-two seeded Courvas met their city rivals, Salmon Arm Outlaws, in the quarterfinals and easily cruised to a 9-2 victory, booking a spot in the final four.

Turn-Key defeated the Monashees, scoring seven and picking up a clean sheet in the process.

On the other half of the draw, Salmon Arm’s Eagle Homes Nation of Domination, the league’s fifth-seed, hosted Revelstoke and dumped the fourth-ranked Stallions 4-1.

Meeting the Nation of Domination in the other semifinal will be the regular season’s top seed, North Enderby Timber.

The timbermen also routed their quarter final opponent Peter’s Tirecraft, 7-0.

Both games are scheduled for this evening.

Turn-Key and Courvas will face off at 7 p.m. at Little Mountain, while the other game will be played in Vernon. The league championship will be played in Vernon on Aug. 12.

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